The people who work in the ARRL Lab have a broad range of Amateur Radio and professional experience, ranging from QRP to microwave and electromagnetic compatibility to RF equipment testing. They support ARRL in a number of technical areas, from serving on professional industry committees in leadership roles to creating a world-class web page of technical information.
ARRL Laboratory Manager
Employed by ARRL since 1986
Member: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Member : IEEE Connecticut Executive Committee - Chair
Member: IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society
Member: IEEE Standards Association
Member: IEEE EMC Society Standards Development Committee - Secretary
Member: IEEE BPL EMC Working Group, Std. 1775 - Vice Chair
Member: ANSI asc C63 EMC Committee - Subcommittee 5, Immunity - Vice Chair
Member: QRP-Amateur Radio Club International Board of Directors
Represents Amateur Radio on various industry committees and working groups
Areas of expertise: EMC, RF safety, servicing equipment, QRP, HF mobile, CW
ARRL Member profile
Product Review Engineer
Areas of expertise: Product Review testing, Vintage Radios, AM Operating, Digital Modes, Ham Radio History, Servicing Equipment, Teaching, Kit Building, Contesting, Public Speaking, and plain old rag-chewing!
ARRL liaison to the FCC cooperative agreement on power line noise
Areas of expertise: Locating Power Line Noise, RFI Abatement, Antique Radios
Senior Lab Engineer
Assists members with technical questions
Areas of Expertise: VHF and microwave design, antennas, radio theory
Makes paper photocopies of QST and QEX.